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JFK and Obama: Personal similarities, policy differences

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The 44th president has many things in common with the 35th. Barack Obama, like John Kennedy, was elected while still in his 40s after a short Senate career not marked by major legislative achievements. Both have attractive young families. Both campaigned as men who were cool and detached but also charismatic, attracting large cheering crowds and calling for change. Both also portrayed...

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